In 1964, Master Plumber Ted Lauderbaugh got his start in the plumbing and heating trade at the early age of 15 in Pittsburgh, PA. At the time, his brother–in-law was willing to train young Ted for a few years, alongside of his technical schooling, and in return he offered his 110% every day he showed up to work.
With such a strong work ethic, it was only natural that Ted would want to open his own business, which is what he did in 1988. His new company, Lauderbaugh Plumbing & Heating Inc., would serve NJ until its eventual move to McDonald, PA in 1998, right outside of Pittsburgh. Now registered with the Commonwealth of PA, it specializes in installing new fixtures, sewers, gas lines, water lines, steam boilers, and sump pumps with French drains, as well as hot water boilers and heaters, and kitchen and bathroom remodeling services.
Through hard work and dedication to each customer’s needs, Ted’s company has been very successful throughout the following four decades. In fact, the word-of-mouth referrals and recommendations he receives from his customers would grow Ted’s business more than any advertising firm could provide for him. For this, he is grateful, and will still always give his 110%!